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Leaving Behind The 

Blue Prints 



2002 Memorabilia 



Student Organization of 
Kean University, Inc. 

1000 Morris Avenue 

Union, New Jersey 07083 

www.studentorg-ku.org 







2 • Kean University 



Class of 2002 




Memorabilia • 3 



Class of 2002 







Jennifer Afriyie 

Accounting 



Zarina Agaton 

Management Science 



Mona Alawadhi 

Computer Science 



Shiela Alfajora 

Management Science 






Amparo S. Amparo 

Computer Science 



Nancy L. Anazco 

Accounting 



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Aicon O. Andah 

Finance 




Betty J. Anderson 

Early Childhood Education 







Dyshera Anderson 

Public Administration 



Augusta C. Andrew 

Criminal Justice 



Oliver M. Apunda 

Music Education 



Adriana Arancibia 

Psychology 



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Desheca Y. Archer 

Communication 



Joyce Asam-Dankwah 

Accounting 



Carline P. Aubourg 

Elementary Education 




Diane N. Audain 

Social Work 














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Egbert S. Ayim 

Computer Science 



Kenia J. Bailey 

Political Science 



Shannie E. Bailey 

Accounting 



Najiyyah A. Baker 

Social Work 







Kingsley K. Bayoh 

Industrial Technology 



Elba M. Becerra 

Social Work 



Shekima S. Bell 

Public Administration 



Karen L. Bellanco 



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Class of 2002 







Pansy Berrio 

Recreational Administration 



Ivette M. Bonet 

Spanish 



Melissa P. Boose 

Management Science 



Imani T. Bowleg 

Psychology 




Heather N. Bradley 

Marketing 




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Aja K. Bryant 

Management Science 




Jose L. Brito 

Computer Science 




Lisa E. Broderick 

Biology 






Aisha N. Brooks 


Chiffon D. Brown 


Kelee Brown 


Behavioral Science 


Psychology 


Psychology 


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Kimberly Bryant 

Management Science 




Kashon Burden 

Management Science 





Amy Butfiloski 

Management Science 





Heidi Caceres 

Accounting 





Jessica Camacho 

Psychology 




Tara S. Carswell 

Criminal Justice 



Marisa Carticala 

Psychology 



Christina Castro 

Political Science 



Digna E. Cedeno 

Spanish 




Ying-Yuan Chen 

Computer Science 




Raul M. Choj 

Industrial Technology 




Bessie B. Cohen 

Management Science 




Richard G. Colangelo 

Computer Science 

Memorabilia • 7 



Class of 2002 




Angela W. Coleman 

Management Science 




Jennifer L. Colgan 

Psychology 




Laura Colgan 

Finance 




Antonio Colon 

Psychology 







LeonorColonia 

Management Science 



Michelle A. Connell 

Psychology 



Hector Contreras 

Computer Science 



John Cooke 

Industrial Education 




Rachel Correa 

Biology 

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Jeanna M. Corrigan 

Teacher of the Handicapped 




Ricardo Costa 

Interior Design 




Venessa Covington-Tate 

Health Information 





PaulG.Crivello 

Physical Education 



Quadriyyah Crumpler 

Management Science 




Ann Davis 

Social Work 




Brenda Davis 

Communications 





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Lindsay Daywalt 

Marketing 



Miguel A. Delafuentchavez 

Industrial Technology 



Dana Delair 

Early Childhood Education 



Shantra Dennis 

Occupational Therapy 







sea Derobertis 


Michaelle Desruisseaux 


Judith M. Djan 


Jessica Dodge 


Biology 


Social Work 


English 


Management Science 
Memorabilia • 9 



Class of 2002 







Rashida A. Donaldson 

Management Science 



Roseanne Donovan 

Mathematical Science 



Dorcas Dennis 

Psychology 



Guerline J. Dorisme 

Accounting 







Elijah E.Dunbar 

Economics 



Quwan S. Ellis 

Economics 



Fadwa I. Elsamna 

Teacher of the Handicapped 



Edson Elysee 

Criminal Justice 




Roselyn T. Encarnacion 

Accounting 

10 • Kean University 




Davion M. Eubanks 

Criminal Justice 




Desiree E. Famarin 

Health Information 




Michelle R. Fernandez 

Elementary Education 







Zena Fisseha 

Marketing 



John Flecca Jr. 

Elementary Education 



Akin U. Florentino 

Computer Science 



Leslie A. Flores 

Psychology 







Antoinette L. Floyd 

Recreation Administration 



Marie F. Francois 

Accounting 



Ana L.Gabriel 

Elementary Education 



Cheryl L. Galvin 

Elementary Education 







Joe L. Garba, Jr. 


Saadia E.Gil 


CharletteGivins 


Nuno M. Gomes 


Criminal Justice 


Spanish 


Social Work 


Computer Science 
Memorabilia 



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Class of 2002 




Ofelia C. Gomes 

Computer Science 




Glenna A. Gooding 

Management Science 





Lucinda Gonzalez 

Elementary Education 




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AHsha M.Gorden 

Early Childhood Education 




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Melinda Gonzalez 

Elementary Education 




Andrea T. Grajales 

Biology 





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Sandy I. Gonzalez 

Psychology 




Shamona D.Grant 

Psychology 




Donnette P. Green 


Rosy] S. Grenardo 


Shaikil S. Grisham 


Michael K. Gwizdz 


Psychology 


Psychology 


English 


Psychology 


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Nicholas A. Hannibal 

Criminal Justice 




Vivian S. Harden 

Nursing 







Sandy R. Hawthorne 

Early Childhood Education 




Sydney M. Hay 

Music Education 







Darren L. Haynes 

Computer Science 



Dana Hellegers 

Early Childhood Education 



Margarita M. Henao 

Psychology 



Sherri A. Heskeyahu 

Early Childhood Education 




Nicole Hodapp 

Marketing 






Aimee M. Holub 

Speech and Hearing 



Brian W. Hromy 

Accounting 



Teneisha Hudson 



Memorabilia • 13 



Class of 2002 




Evan Hutchens 

Public Administration 




Melissa Ibanez 

English 




Edward A. Iddisah 

Accounting 





Dorothy Ihe 

Psychology 



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Rosanne Uardo 

Nursing 




Izuchukwu Ilobi 

Economics/Public Administration 




Mercy U. Itua 

Accounting 




Robyn L. Iungerman 

Computer Science 



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Henrietta Jantuah 

Social Work 

4 • Kean University 



Lea Jean 

Early Childhood Education 




Wideleine Jean-Baptiste 

Public Administration 




Ginger T.Johnson 

Communication 



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Jennifer Jose 

Psychology 



Derrick Joseph 

Public Administration 



Christine Jung 

Finance 




Amad Kande 

Criminal Justice 







Dilek Katgi 

Visual Communications 



Thereon Kerk 



Keith M. Kielbasa 

Physical Education 



Todd M. Klaassen 

Earth Science 




Kristen M. Kopacz 

Recreational Administration 




Matthew J. Krason 

Criminal Justice 




Cathy Ladouceur 

Marketing 




Tracey A. Laiosa 

Public Administration 

Memorabilia • 15 



Class of 2002 




Jason M. Lane 

Biology 




Dania M. La Porta 

Management Science 




Oluwole K. Lawal 

Criminal Justice 




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Linnette C. Lazala 

Management Science 




Leonardo Lazo 

Spanish 




Jennifer Lizzano 

Teacher of the Handicapped 

16 • Kean University 




Alisha J. Lee 

Public Administration 




Diana Lopez 

Social Work 




Shavon T. Legette 

Nursing 




George Mahaga 

Accounting 




Veronica Liberty 

Psychology 




Kiana Mansueto-Jackson 

Economics 



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Gardine Marcel 

Computer Science 



Nicole E. Marcel 

Nursing 



Sandy A. Marujo 

Management Science 




Useline Matthew 

Mathematical Sciences 







Michele K. Matlock-Lewis 

Accounting 



George T. Mathevv 

Economics 



Freddv O. Mauricio 



Shellon O. Maxwell 

Public Administration 




Estelle Maynard 

Early Childhood Education 




Michele Mayor 

Communications 




Joseph A. McCallum, Jr. 

Sociology 




Iona L. McKenzie 

Communication 

Memorabilia • 1 7 



Class of 2002 




Adriana Mejia 

Spanish 




Marissa A. Mejia 

Biology 




Amaurys Mercedes 

Accounting 



Richardo Mendes 



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Janice Millman 

Communication 




Jenifer Miranda 

Psychology 




Ruth M. Moncada 

Elementary Education 




Rebecca Montes De Oca 

Political Science 







Jessica Morales 

Teacher of the Handicapped 

18 • Kean University 




Rachelle Moss 

Early Childhood Education 




Christina Mummolo 

Marketing 




Martha L. Murcia 

Management Science 



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Katherine Montes 

Finance 




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Anna Murray 

Fine Arts 



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Michelle C. Nascimento 

Criminal Justice 




Chizoba Nduagubu 

Psychology 







Aresha Necombe 

Social Work 



Daniel R. Negrotto 

Teacher of the Handicapped 



Olubukunola O. Odeyemi 

Management Science 



Chioma I. Oji 

Computer Science 







Odusola Okuwa 


Tokunbo M. Olugbode 


Tara Michele Ortiz 


Tana L. Owens 


Computer Science 


Nursing 


Mathematical Science 


Criminal Justice 
Memorabilia 



Class of 2002 





Grant Owusu 

Nursing 







Oyeyemio Oyelola 

Criminal Justice 




Kimberly Panarotto 

Communication 



Barbara Pavon 

Spanish 




Rhonda L. Pelech 

Public Administration 




Grisha T. Peroma 

Accounting 




Jennifer R. Peru 

Management Science 







Kelly M. Phillips 

Psychology 




(Catherine Pingoy 

Psychology 

20 • Kean University 




Kristen L. Piovesan 

Elementary Education 




Brian M. Pirl 

Communication 




Johanne Pompee 

Psychology 







Keith C. Post 

Computer Science 



Islena Prado 

Management Science 



Joseph Przybylowski 

Public Administration 



Jennifer Puente 

Marketing 




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Sherrv Ann Puntai-Hay 

Computer Science 




Dipesh M. Purohit 

Accounting 




Nadaige Qwasinvvi-Bello 

Finance 




Debra Lynn Raguso 

Psychology 




Shamar Reddick 

Criminal Justice 




Erica M. Richardson 

Recreational Administration 



Tritina Shawn Roberson 

Interior Design 




Ana M. Rodrigues 

Early Childhood Education 

Memorabilia • 21 



Class of 2002 







Beatriz Rodriguez 

Spanish 



Betsy Rodriguez 

Management Science 



Yajahira Rodriguez 

Criminal Justice 



Fatimah Ruff 

Social Work 







Christopher O. Rustick 

Computer Science 



Tar a Ryan 

Elementary Education 



Houida Saadeh 

Psychology 



Flavia Salvaterra 

Finance 




Denise A. Salvato 

Management Science 

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Carolyn A. Santos 
Early Childhood Education 




Kami D. Santos 

Speech and Hearing 




Vanessa Santos 

Spanish 







Lateasha Sass 
Political Science 



Jennifer I. Schweibinz 

Nursing 



Yvette Sencion 

Computer Science 



Saundra Sharp-Conte 

Educational Administration 







Virginia A. Shaw 

Early Childhood Education 



Amy K. Shawhan 

Communication 



Rhoda A. Sibaran 

Finance 



Bertilla Renne Simmons 

Sociology 




Pamela S. Smith 

Psychology 




Elizabeth C. Sousa 

Marketing 





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Katerina Stefanovski 

Accounting 




Dawn Stevenson 

Teacher of the Handicapped 

Memorabilia • 23 



Class of 2002 




Patricia A. Stoudt 

Management Science 




Melissa Sulikowski 

Industrial Education 




Jamie L. Sullivan 

Management Science 




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Susann H. Tahsin 

Teacher of the Handicapped 




Suzzette Thomas 

English 




Steven Trooskin 

Communication 





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Ming-Hsun Tsai 

Computer Science 




Lori J. Tunis 

Early Childhood Education 




Chinwe Udokwu 

Accounting 

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Maria Valdez 

Early Childhood Education 




Blanca M. Valentin 

Spanish 









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Edgardo Vazquez 

History 







Christina D. Vazquez 

Theatre 



Cristina E. Vega 

Accounting 



Rosmarie Velez-Mack 

Early Childhood Education 



Jennifer Vuocolo 

Early Childhood Education 







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Carole P. 


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Social Work 


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Ewa A. 


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Management Science 




Penelope I. Walrond 

Health Information 




Tameeka L. Watson 

Accounting 




Zyska N. Walters 

Sociology 




Maria C. Webb 

Recreational Administration 




Kelly Wasilishen 

Theatre 




Gbemisola M.Wellington 

Accounting 

Memorabilia • 25 



Class of 2002 






Nancy M. Wideman 

Sociology 



Cherlyn Will 

Teacher of the Handicapped 



Charlotte Williams 

Psychology 




Lynne Williams 

Early Childhood Education 




Grace S. Wilson-Hall 

Marketing 




Mark P. Ziobro 

Computer Science 

26 • Kcan University 




Ming Kuen A. Wong 

Finance 




Maria D. Zuffanti 

Elementary Education 




Cherly Zamor 

Nursing 




Laurene Exerience 




Marina M. Zerpa 

Management Science 




Carol Collins 

Nursing 




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Class of 2002 




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Class of 2002 




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Class of 2002 




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Memorabilia • 35 



Class of 2002 Student 

Organization 

Representatives 

Student Council is the primary 
representative and decision-making body of 
Student Organization. Council is composed 
of 1 2 student representatives from each 
class (Freshman, Sophomore, Junior and 
Senior) as well as 1 3 officers who make up 
the Executive Board. 

Under guidelines set forth in the 
Constitution and By-Laws of Student 
Organization, Student Council oversees the 
total operation of the corporation. All 
members of the Student Council are elected 
annually by all full-time undergraduate 
students on the basis of class statues. 
Student Council members are required to sit 
on one university committee and one 
Student Organization committee to assure 
that student views are represented in these 
important decision-making bodies. By virtue 
of holding elected Council position, 
members have input in all organizational 
expenditures, which effect the student body 
at Kean. 

Student Council meets every other Friday 
at 3:00 pm. All meetings are open to the 
public. 



Class of 2003 Student 

Organization 

Representatives 

Association of 
Latin American 

Students 

(A.L.A.S) 

The goals of this organization are 
aimed toward the efforts to represent 
and enhance the educational needs, 
address the social aspirations, and 
foster the cultural interests of the 
Hispanic community at Kean. 




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Kean University 

Chapter of 

Association of 

Computing Machinery 

(A.C.M) 

To promote an increased knowledge of 
the science, design, development, 
construction, languages, and 
applications of modern computing 
machinery. To promote a greater 
interest in computing machinery and its 
applications. To provide a means of 
communication between students 
having interest in computing machinery. 

The Caribbean 

Islanders Council for 

Radical Autonomy 

(CICRA) 

A cultural organziation, which 
provides the educational, 
social, and cultural needs of its 
members and to make the 
college experience a more 
meaningful one. To foster a 
spirit of togetherness and 
cooperation between the 
Carribean and non-Carribean 
students at Kean and the wider 
community. 

Kean Dance 
Theatre (K.D.T.) 

Kean Dance Theatre's mission is to 
create a dance community and to 
perpetuate the art, beauty and joy of 
dance for campus events, the 
community and public schools. All 
students are invited to join. 



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Kean EMS 

Kean Emergency Medical Services 
is the medical squad of the 
university. We provide emergency 
care to students and the entire 
Kean population as well as to the 
surrounding neighborhoods. 



University 

Activities 

Board (U.A.B.) 

U.A.B. is an organization which 
provides cultural, educational, 
recreational and social programs in 
the interests of the Kean population. 



Haitian 

Student 

Association 

(H.S.A) 

To develop and preserve the rich 
Haitian culture. To better the status of 
our culture by improving the knowledge 
of the Haitian values between its 
members and the rest of the University 
community. 

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Association of 

Indian 

Students 

(A.I.S.) 

To provide practical means 
of enduring friendships 
between the people of India 
and the United States. In 
addition, to creat cultural 
awareness through programs 
and meetings. 

Newman Club 



The Newman Club is the 
Catholic service group on 
campus. We participate in the 
SAKE program four times a 
year with Cornell Nursing Home 
in Union. 




Vogue Fashion 
Show Club 

To develop a variety of activities that 
will provide the student body with 
the opportunity to further or enhance 
their modeling skills, to explore their 
individual talents, and to gain both 
experience and confidence in front 
of audiences. VOGUE will also 
offer opportunities for those who are 
interested in singing and dancing. 



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Field Hockey 

Under the tutelage of first year head coach Dipi Bhaya, the undermanned 
Cougars scratched and clawed their way to an 1 1 -8 record, which 
accounted for the second most wins in the school's history. 

Notable players of the season were senior forward Rebecca Allena 
providing the scoring punch recording 1 7 goals and eight assists. 
Rebecca's 42 total points were also the second most in school history. 
Senior Cheryl Perone proved that she was one of the top players in the 
nation. 



KEAN UNIVERSITY 


2001 Field Hockey Schedule 




DAY DATE OPPONENT 


TIME 


SEPTEMBER 




Sat 1 SUNY-New Pali* 


1 p.m 


Wod S Cabuni College 


4 p.m 


Sal 8 The College of New Jersey' 


10am 


Thurs.13 William Paterson University' 


7pm 


Shi 15 Philadelphia College o( Bible 


10 a.m. 


Wed. 19 Delaware Valley College 


7 p.m. 


Sal 22 immaculaia College 


i pm 


Tues 25 Albright College 


4 pm 


Sat. 29 Neumann College 


1 pm 


OCTOBER 




Wad. 3 Monlclalr Stale University' 


7 pm. 


Sal 6 Gwynedd Mercy College 


1 pm 


Tues. 9 Eastern College 


7 p.m. 


Thurs.1 1 FDU-Madlson 


7 pm. 


Sal 13 York College 


i pm 


Mon. 16 Arcadia College 


7 p.m 


Thurs.16 Drew University 


7 pm. 


Sat 20 Manhattanviiie College 


2pm 


Wed 24 Rowan Univeisily' 


■ 30pm 


Sal 27 Philadelphia University 


Noon 




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Swimming 

Hats off to the swimming team at Kean University for another 

successful year! 




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Men's Soccer 



The men's soccer team had another successful year. This year the season 
started with the team taking a trip to Holland which proved to be very useful 
since they ended the season with 14th place in the NCAA tournament. 



KEAN UNIVERSITY 


2001 Men's Soccei Schedule 




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Sun 2 Koan Untvenwly Invllehonal 




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Abo 5 St Joeeph/i CoiieflO N v 




Sat 6 FlgnUnoCouaaiiClaiilc 




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Sat IS Ramapo College' 

Sat. 20 RKtiard StoeJiioo College' 


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Wed 24 William Paletson University" 
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Women's Soccer 



The women's soccer team has been making big strides to become a 
serious contender in the NJAC. The team rallied to go unbeaten in their 
final five contests on route to 6-1 0-2 overall record. 



KEAN UNIVERSITY 

200 1 Women's Soccer Sc hedule 

EAI PATE OPPONENT m 
AUGUST 

SEPTEMBER 

Sal 1 Messian College Tournament 

Kean vs Virginia Wesieyan College 1 o 

Wed 5 OeSales University 4 30 p 

Sal Wllket University No. 

Wee 19 New Jersey City University' 3 30 p 

Mon 24 FDU-Maa.so-1 4 p 

Weo 2E Rutgers University- Newark" 6 30 p 

Sal 29 The College 01 New Jersey" 7 30 a 
OCTOBER 

Mon 1 Stevens Institute o( Technology 7 p 

Sat 6 Montclalr Stale University" 1 p.. 

Mon 8 Western Connected Su* Unrrwsit, 4 30 p 

Wed 10 William Peterson University" 3 30 p.. 

Sat 13 Ramapo College' 1 p 

Mon. IS Caldwell College 3.30 pi 

Wed 17 Rutgers Unive'slry-Cimden' 3 30 p 

Sal. 20 Richard Stocklon College' 1 p 

Weo 24 NJAC Tou-namem Senvtinal T( 




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Men's Lacrosse 



Congratulations to the men's lacrosse team for a successful 2002 season! 







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Volleyball 



The volleyball team returned with an experienced squad. This year the 
team was determined for the N JAC tournament and nothing less. With 
hard work and determination the Cougars earned the program's sixth 
conference title. 



KEAN UNIVERSITY 

2001 Women's Volleyball Schedule 



Thu's 6 Corvlsrwy College 
Sat 8 UrsinusColtegsW.i-.. i.i. Al 
10 U'sinus College! 

TuM U RlcH«rd Stockton College' 



Tues 9 Bulgers universe 




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Women's Basketball 



Congratulations to the women's basketball team for a 
successful season! 




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Men's Basketball 



Congratulations to the men's basketball team for a 
successful season! 





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Cross Country 

The men's and women's cross country teams enjoyed 
successful fall seasons that concluded with the annual 
New Jersey Athletic Conference Championships 




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Tennis 



The women's tennis team had a very successful 2002 
season. Their record goes to show for it. They had an 
overrall of nine wins and five losses which was good 
enough for them to win third place in N JAC. 




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Baseball 




Kean's baseball team by far had its most successful season this year 
as they claimed their first ever NJAC crown. The Cougars needed a 
blowout comeback to capture the University's first title. With hard 
work and determination they were able to do so. 




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Softball 



Congratulations to the women's softball team for a 
successful season! 





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Hip Hop 
Appreciation Week 



Hip Hop Appreciation Week acknowledged the special musicians who have 
influenced our lives with their music. Musicians who left their mark on the hip hop 
world and sadly passed away, such as Aaliyah, Notorious B.I.G., TuPac, were 
acknowledged through student artwork and dedication. Kean students gathered 
together to show their appreciation to the music world. 




SALUTE TO 

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African American 
Celebration 



In February. Kean University's Pan African Student Union (PASU) along with other student groups 
and departments on campus celebrated its annual African American history month. The month- 
long celebration included activities such as the meaning of PASU. Midnight Love Formal, and lecture 
events. Kean students also enjoyed Rap Meets Poetry, an open mike session where fellow 
classmates showed off their talents. 





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Latin American 
Festival Celebration 

2002 

Kean's diversified culture is also enriched by the Association for Latin American Students (ALAS). 
To celebrate and pay tribute to the Latin culture, Kean holds an annual Latin American celebration 
month. The theme for this year was "The Latino Flame Surpassing Barriers/ La Llama Latina 
Sobrepasando Barreras! ". This month included lecture events chaired by Ana Maria Bejarano and 
Diane Desplantes. salsa lessons. Pareja Latina Pageant, and other activities. The sponsors were 
ALAS. Student Organization of Kean, and Latin American Studies department. 




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Psychic Fair 



This spring semester , Kean University's Student Organization 
brought the psychic fair to campus. This popular event was 
well attended by the Kean student body. 




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Take Back 
the Night 

Take Back the Night is an event that has a long history 
and first started in Germany. It was initiated to protest 
the violence and oppression against women. Since then it 
has taken place in other countries too. Kean celebrates 
its annual Take Back the Night event which is for one 
night where they have speakers come in to shed some 
light on these issues. 




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Everything 
Greek 



The Greeks play an important role in campus life. Kean has a multitude of 
fraternities and sororities on campus. Some of the activities throughout the 
year included the step exhibition, a Greek sing, and Meet the Greeks where 
all the groups came out to show their talents and unity amongst the Kean 
community. 



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Homecoming 

Kean University's stars, shine 
bright in America's red, 
white, and blue light. Kean 
University shows America 
their true patriotism. 





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Student 

Organization 

Changeover Dinner 



At the end of the year Student Organization thanks 
student leaders for their hard work and dedication 
throughout the year. At this dinner the current student 
leaders pass on their role to the new students taking 
office. 








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Unity Week 



Unity Week was an idea in 1 997 during a Stu- 
dent Leadership Retreat sponsored by the Student 
Organization of Kean University, Inc., Vice Presi- 
dent of Student Affairs Office, Student Life and 
Leadership Development. 

The student leaders brainstormed and came up 
with an innovative idea to promote cultural diversity 
and to unite administrators, faculty, staff, students 
and the surrounding community. 

This year's Unity Week events included High 
School Student Leadership Day, Psychic Fair, 
Capoeira Demonstration and a concert. The 
concert performers were Mala Fe (internationally 
recognized Latin band), T.O.K. (reggae artists), 
Jadakiss ( hip hop rap ), and DJ Nix. 




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Springfest 



Eveiy year, Kean University students and the local com- 
munity look forward to Springfest, which is held in April 
Families and friends come out to the campus for the 
enjoyment of games, rides, food and fun. 




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Senior 
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Theatre 



Ballet Gran Folklorico De Mexico is a professional 
fold art group directly from Mexico City. They are a 
35 member folk art group who with their music, 
dances and traditional costumes gave the crowd a 
tast of Mexico's rich cultural heritage, more so of their 
original Indian inhabitants. 

Me and My Girl was first performed in the pre- 
war era of 1937 in England. Then it was revived in 
the 1990's as a Broadway production and got a lot of 
good reviews. It was an all University production 
performed by students and faculty. It provided a lot 
of entertainment for the theatregoers. 





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Vogue Fashion 
Show 

Vogue's annual fashion show exhibits some of the local up and 
coming designers. Vogue is a recognized funded group which 
the sUident members display and model their talents. Kean 
students know true fashion! 





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Campus 
Awareness 



The Annual Campus Awareness Festival is an event that is 
designed to arouse student interest in activities and 
events; to creat an awareness of the diverse student life at 
Kean and to encourage membership in over 100 clubs and 
organizations on campus. The event is open to the entire 
campus but it is specifically geared for new students. 
Eighty student groups participated in the festival by setting 
up displays, passing out literature and talking with new 
students. In order to make the festival more attractive, the 
theme of "Walkabout the Kean Outback-An Aussome 
Adventure" was used in promotions, decorations and 
activities. The was the 19th year that the festival has taken 
place. 



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Graduation 



Hail to our Al-ma Ma-ter, Kean Un-i-vers-it-y, 
So proud-ly do we draw our strength from 

our 

great div-ers-ity. 

From ci-ties, towns, and far-flung na-tions, 

stu-dents, fac-ult-y con-verge to learn, to 

grow, 

to seek out truth, at Kean Un-i-vers-it-y. 

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Many thanks to the Memorabilia Executive Board Members who tried as 
hard as they could. Dorcas Dennis (Secretary), Erica Bell (Treasurer), 
Fatimah Ruff (Publicity Chair), Kenia Bailey (Photography Editor), and Lionel 
Parnes (Layout Editor). An extended thanks to Doc for working very close 
with me throughout the summer (THANKS FOR ALL THE HARD WORK!!!!). 
To Stephanie Faser <& Wilma Velazquez, thanks for the patience and the 
special critique. 






To Pan African Student Union, University Activities Board and Criminal 
Justice Club thanks for the support and the leadership skills. I wish you all 
the best and keep up the good work!!!! 




EEO- thank you and thanks for believing in me. Thanks grand mom, family, 
and friends for your extended support. The faculty and staff of Kean 
University, thanks for the extra push (especially Irisa Levertte and Mr. Dix) 

To the CLASS OF 2002, we made it. I wish you all the best of luck 
and remember you can be and do anything you want. Enjoy the yearbook and 
remember the good times at Kean University. Class of 2002, despite the 
rain on graduation day, we have memories that will last forever. 



Peace, Love, and Harmony- To the Class of 2002. 




Sincerely yours, 




Tana Owens 



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WENTS 




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John Walker, the American 
Taliban, is being held for war 
crimes against the United States. 



Princess Margaret, sister of 
Britain's Queen Elizabeth, 
dies at age 71. 




Even though the total number of shark attacks decreased in 2001, a 
rash of highly publicized cases make this "the Summer of the Shark. 



Enron is the largest company in U.S. history to file for bankruptcy. 
Allegations arose concerning the shredding of documents believed to be 
connected to the company's use of funds from its employees' 401k program. 





On Jan. 1, 2001, 12 European nations adopt a single currency called the 
Euro which becomes legal tender in Austria, Belgium, Finland, France, 
Germany, Greece, Holland, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Portugal and Spain. 



Daniel Pearl, a Wall Street Journal reporter, is kidnapped and 
murdered by the National Movement for the Restoration of 
Pakistani Sovereignty. President Bush declares, "The United States 
of America will rid the world of these agents of terror." 




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Millions of acres of 
southeastern Australia are 
scorched by wildfires. 



Ford and Firestone go their separate ways after a year of 
finger pointing in the deaths of more than 170 people in 
Ford Explorers equipped with Firestone Tires. 



American Airlines Flight 587 leaving New York for 
Santo Domingo crashes three minutes after take off, 
killing 251 passengers and nine crew members. 





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Congressman Gary Condit is a central figure in the 
search for Chandra Levy, a Department of Justice 
Intern, who has been missing since April 2001 . 



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The sun sets on the Taliban as U.S. soldiers raise an American flag from the World Trade 
Center at a U.S. Air Force base near the Afghan city of Kandahar. The United States 
organized its allies and began an all-out "War on Terrorism." 



Slobodan Milosevic appears before the U.N. War 
Crimes Tribunal on charges for crimes against 
humanity during Yugoslavia's breakup in the 199 




Elizabeth Dole, former president of the American Red 
Cross and spouse of former presidential candidate Bob 
Dole, announces her candidacy for the Senate. 




After being detained for more than three months by the 
Taliban, American aid workers Heather Mercer and Dayna 
Curry are rescued from Afghanistan. 



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Letters containing anthrax are delivered to U.S. senators Patrick Leahy and Tom 
Daschle, and NBC News Anchor Tom Brokaw. The Senate office building was 
closed for three months. Five people died from inhalation anthrax. 





VAULT & GRAVE 






On June 1 1, Timothy McVeigh, convicted of the April 19, 
1995, bombing of the Oklahoma City federal building, is 
executed by lethal injection. 



A missile defense shield to protect 
the United States is a priority of the 
Bush Administration. 



Hundreds of bodies are discovered at 
a Noble, Georgia crematory, some 
dating back more than 10 years. 






After 12 years of construction, the 
efforts to stabilize the Leaning 
Tower of Pisa are complete. 



Amnesty for illegal Mexican 
immigrants is promoted by 
President Bush. 




The decision to allow federal funding for embryonic stem cell 
research only on stem cells from embryos already collected raises 
ethical questions. 




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Israeli Prime Minister 
Ariel Sharon announc 
a plan to set buffer 
zones after an increas 
in violence against thi 
Palestinian Authority. 

Jim Jeffords switched 
from the Republican 
GOP to the Democrat! 
party's side of the aisl 
causing an important 
shift in power and 
reorganization of the 
Senate. 

Crown Prince Dipendra 
of Nepal gunned dowr 
10 members of the 
Nepalese Royal family 
before turning the gun 
on himself. 

A North Carolina state 
trooper killed one 
Green Beret and 
injured another when 
they tried to disarm 
him, believing that 
he was part of a 
training exercise. 

Experimental drug BLZ 
which targets only a 
rare form of leukemia 
cell, showed signs of 
great success in 
fighting hairy cell 
leukemia. 

Andrea Yates drowne 
her five children in 
the bathtub of her 
Texas home. She plei 
not guilty by reason i 
insanity. 

Charles Bishop, 15, 
stole a Cessna aircral 
and crashed it into tin 
Bank of America Plaz 
in Tampa, Florida. 




GM launches a program to cut its 
workforce by 1 percent through 
an early retirement program. 





Britain's Prince Harry may face 
charges stemming from smoking 
marijuana and drinking underage. 




Kmart, the giant discount retailer, files for Chapter 1 1 bankruptcy 
protection while it reorganizes its holdings. 



Wendy's founder and spokesman 
Dave Thomas dies at age 69. 





enduring 

;dom 

Tuesday, September 11, 2001, will be remembered as a tragic day that 
changed the world. That morning, a plot, masterminded by terrorist Osama 
bin Laden and the al-Qaeda network, was put into action. Two hijacked 
commercial airliners were flown into New York City's World Trade Center 
Towers, ultimately causing their collapse. Immediately following the 
incident, another hijacked airliner crashed into one side of the Pentagon in 
Washington, D.C, and a fourth plane crashed in Pennsylvania. Thousands 
of lives were lost, citizens were terrified and the world was in shock. 

Following that mournful day the United States experienced anthrax 
scares, continued security threats and the reality of war. Despite the horror, 
fear and heartache, U.S. citizens united and their patriotic spirit soared. 
President Bush promised: "We will not tire, we will not falter, we will not 
fail." Through that statement and the remarkable sense of national pride 
exuded by U.S. citizens, it became evident that no threat, great or small, 
could deter the United States resolve for enduring freedom. 




World leaders, such as Prime Minister of 
England Tony Blair, profess their sympathy 
and support for the United States. 




Through his courageous leadership, NYC Mayor 
Rudy Giuliani becomes known as "Mayor of the 
World" and was knighted by Queen Elizabeth. 




In response to the shocking tragedy, President 
George W. Bush addresses the nation offering 
strength, comfort and patriotism. 






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Ailing airlines urge citizens to 
defy terrorists' attempts to disrupt 
lives by reboarding airplanes. 



Thousands of people world-wide 
donate blood and volunteer their 
services to aid U.S. recovery. 




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Michael Benfante an 
John Cerqueira, 
employees on the 81 
floor of the World 
Trade Center, self lessly 
carried wheelchair- 
bound Tina Hanson 
down 68 flights of 
stairs to safety. 

New York City Fire 
Department Chaplain 
Father Mychal Judge 
lost his life at Grouni 
Zero while offering 
last rights to another 
victim. 

While attempting to 
rescue others, 343 
firemen and 60 polio 
officers died during 
the attack on the Won. 
Trade Center Towers. 

Army Chief Warrant 
Officer Craig Sincock, 
despite losing his wife 
at the Pentagon, offer* 
assistance to those he 
could aid at the scene 
On Sept. 12, Sincock 
began acting as a grie 
counselor for others 
who had lost family 
members at the site. 

Passengers Todd 
Beamer, Tom Burnett, 
Mark Bingham and 
Jeremy Glick joined 
to overcome hijackers 
aboard Flight 93 that 
crashed in Pennsylvania 
Beamer's final statement 
"Let's roll," has become 
a symbolic phrase 
since then. 



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Canine rescue teams help 
firefighters search for survivors 
among the wreckage. 




An overwhelming spirit of unity and national pride arises out of the 
smoldering ashes and human devastation from the September 11 
attacks on the United States. 



Citizens and communities 
across the country proudly 
display patriotic decor. 



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MOVIES 






Actress Julia Roberts wins her 
eighth People's Choice Award tor 
tavonte motion picture actress. 



Hit movie "Harry Potter and the 
Sorcerer's Stone" breaks box 
office records. 





ABC's "My Wife and Kids" and Damon 
Wayans win People's Choice Awards. 



NBC's "The Weakest Link" puts a 
new edge on quiz show standards. 





Academy Award-winning actor Russell Crowe claims a Golden Globe 
Award and an Academy Award nomination for his performance in "A 
Beautiful Mind." The movie is nominated for five Academy Awards. 



"Shrek" wins an Oscar nomination 
and the People's Choice Award for 
Favorite Motion Picture. 



Jack Lemmon, an Academy and 
Emmy Award-winning actor, dies 
at age 76. 




Professional soccer player Ethan 
Zohn is the $lmillion dollar 
winner of Survivor: Africa. 



In honor of those involved in the events surrounding September 1 1, Hollywood actors and musicians combine 
efforts to produce "America: A Tribute to Heroes." The benefit, which was aired simultaneously and 
commercial- free by dozens of broadcast and cable networks, raised more than $100 million in donations. 




Stars of the No. 1 rated show "Friends" agree to return for a ninth 
season in 2002-2003. Each cast member received a 33 percent 
salary increase bringing their wages to $1 million dollars per episode. 





Soap star Kelly Rip 
replaced Kathy Lee 
Gifford on "Live wit! 
Regis." 

Box office hit "Lord of 
the Rings: The Fellow 
of the Rings" earned 
Academy Award 
nominations. 

Actress Winona Ryde 
was arrested for 
allegedly shoplifting 
$5,000 worth of cloth 
and accessories from 
Saks Fifth Avenue. 

Actors Kelsey Gramm 
and Ray Romano tied 
for favorite male 
television star at the 
annual People's Choc 
Awards. 

The world bids farew 
to Academy Award- 
winning actor Anthoi 

Quinn. 

The 2001 EmmyAwai 
were postponed twice 
because of security 
concerns. The eventu 
winners were "The W 
Wing," "Sex and the 
City," "The Sopranos,' 
"Everybody Loves 
Raymond" and "Will a 
Grace." Other popular 
shows were "ER," "CS 
"That 70's Show," 
"Smallville"and"Scrul 



Other popular movie: 
were "Rush Hour 2," 
"Monsters, Inc.," 
"The Mummy Returns," 
"Jurassic Park III," 
"John Q" and 
" We Were Soldiers." 



Actress Nicole Kidman wins a Golden Globe award for her musical 
performance in "Moulin Rouge." Kidman and "Moulin Rouge" 
were both nominated for Academy Awards. 




MUSIC 




Favorite Album, Pop/Rock 'n Roll, is awarded to Destiny's 
Child for "Survivor" at the American Music Awards. They also 
won a Grammy for Best R&B Performance by a Duo/Group. 




Jennifer Lopez says "I do" to dancer and choreographer 
Chris Judd just eight months after the announcement of her 
split from boyfriend of two years, Sean "P. Diddy" Combs. 





Pop superstar Britney Spears makes her debut on the big screen in the movie 
"Crossroads." She also released her self-titled album, went on tour, performed in her 
"Live from Las Vegas" HBO special and dated 'N SYNC pop singer Justin Timberlake. 





George Harrison, known as "The Quiet Beatle," dies at 58 
of cancer. The death of John Lennon in 1980 leaves Paul 
McCartney and Ringo Starr as the only remaining Beatles. 



Nelly wins Favorite Artist, Rap/Hip- 
Hop, at the American Music Awards. 



Michael Jackson is named Artist of 
the Century at the 2002 American 
Music Awards. 




Alicia Keys wins Favorite New Artist, Soul/Rhythm and Blues, and 
Favorite New Artist, Pop/Rock 'n Roll, at the American Music Awards. 
Keys also won five Grammys, including Song of the Year for Tallin'." 





Madonna tours the United States 
for the first time in eight years. 
Tickets sold for $250 each. 



Lmkin Park's "Hybrid Theory" is 
the best selling album and the 
song "Crawling" wins a Grammy. 




Pop group 'N SYNC 
took the title Favorite 
Group/Band/Duo for 
Pop/Rock 'n Roll at the 
American Music 
Awards. In addition, 
they won a People's 
Choice Award for 
Favorite Musical Grou 

Bush's lead singer 
Gavin Rossdale and 
No Doubt's Gwen 
Stefani announced 
their engagement. 

Christina Aguilera, 
Mya, Lil' Kim, and Pin 
won a Grammy for Be; 
Pop Collaboration 
"Lady Marmalade." 

U2 earned $109.7 
million from their U.S. 
concert tour this year. 
They won Internet 
Artist of the Year at tin 
American Music 
Awards and performer 
at the Superbowl 
XXXVI halftime show. 
They also won four 
Grammys. 

Garth Brooks receive 
the Award of Merit at 
the American Music 
Awards. 

Movie soundtrack "0 
Brother, Where Art Thoi 
won five Grammys at " 
2002 awards ceremoi 
and was awarded Albui 
of the Year. 

Other musicians who 
made headlines this yi 
included Nelly Furtado, 
Outkast, Train, Staind, 
India.Arie, Lenny Kravitz, 
Lucinda Williams and 
Craig David. 



Janet Jackson wins Favorite Female, 
Pop/Rock, at the American Music 
Awards. She also won two Grammys. 




Tim McGraw and wife Faith Hill win Favorite Male and Female 
Country Music Artist at the American Music Awards. 



Mariah Carey's first movie "Glitter" 
and its soundtrack are panned by 
critics and ignored by fans. 



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Cell phones in schools are 
considered a distraction and banned 
by some administrators. 



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The Intel Pentium 4 processor is the 
next evolution in desktop processing 
technology. 




Microsoft's future generation video 
game system X-Box delivers the most 
powerful game experiences ever. 




A new top-of-the-lme iMac is introduced by Apple Computer. The redesigned computer has a floating Handspring, Inc. introduces a 

15-inch LCD flat screen, allowing users one-touch adjustment, a 700 MHz or 800 MHz PowerPC G4 handheld computer with a built-in 

processor, and the SuperDrive for playing and burning CDs and DVDs. cell phone. 





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Dusters, as worn here by actress 
Evan Rachel Wood, are a new 
trend in stores everywhere. 



Reggae/pop superstar Shaggy 
wears his colored sunglasses, a 
hot trend for the year. 




There is a different attitude in American culture this year for 
Halloween. A shift to the "hero concept" make firemen and 
policemen costumes the most popular choices among children. 




After September 1 1 , Americans unite and show their patriotism by 
wearing red, white and blue. 



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Hewlett Packard and 
University of Californ 
scientists patented a 
process that will 
eventually develop a 
computer chip small 
enough to fit on the 
head of a pin. 

SONICblue unveiled i 
first hard drive-basec 
portable music playe 
The Rio Riot, which 
holds up to 5,000 
songs or 400 CDs 
worth of digital musii 

Glitter, sparkle and 
shimmer were found ii 
makeup, nail polish, 
body lotion, hair gel a 
on clothing. Corduroy 
pants, studded belts, 
hoodies, vintage and 
unique cut jeans 
were also popular. 

A travel-size camera 
from Intel was design 
to shoot Internet-read 
photos and videos for 
easy upload. 

An electric toothbrus 
was a necessity whei 
it came to serious 
dental hygiene. 

DVD players gained 
popularity and 
threatened to replace 
VCRs. 

From the court to the 
classroom, Adidas Al 
Day All Night sneakei 
were the "cool kicks 
for the year. 

Cell phone cases wen 
a hot item to coordinal 
with an outfit. 




SPORTS 





Barry Bonds sets a new Major 
League record for most home 
runs in a single season with 73. 



Jennifer Capriati wins the French 
Open in 2001, then wins a second 
straight Australian Open in 2002. 




"His Airness" returns to the court after three years in retirement. 
Michael Jordan, 39, faced perhaps his toughest challenge in 
leading the Washington Wizards to the 2002 playoffs. 



The New England Patriots claim their first Super Bowl title with a win 
over the St. Louis Rams. A dramatic fourth-quarter field goal gave the 
Patriots a 20-17 victory. 




During a game following the Sept. 1 1 tragedy, the football team at John R. Rogers High School in 
Spokane, Wash., proudly carries the American flag onto the field. This photo appeared in several major 
newspapers and was featured in Sports Illustrated. 



Tiger Woods wins a fourth 
consecutive major, The Masters. 




Venus Williams repeats as Wimbledon and 
U.S. Open Champion. In the U.S. Open 
finals, Venus defeated her sister Serena. 




Lennox Lewis regains his World Boxing Council and 
International Boxing Federation heavyweight titles 
from Hasim Rahman in Las Vegas, in November. 







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American cyclist Lance Armstrong claims 
his third consecutive Tour De France title 
in July. 




L.A. Laker Kobe Bryant earns MVP honors 
at the NBA All-Star Game, leading the West 
All-Stars over the East, 135-120. 





Dale Earnhardt, Jr. returns to Daytona in July to win an emotional Pepsi 400. Just five 
months earlier, a crash during the Daytona 500 took the life of his legendary father, Dale 
Earnhardt, Sr. 







American snowboarding sensation Kelly Clark takes the United 
States' first gold medal in the Women's Half-Pipe Snowboarding 
competition at the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City. 




Americans Ross Powers (gold), Danny Krass (silver), and Jarret 
Thomas (bronze) sweep the medals in Men's Half-Pipe 
Snowboarding at the 2002 Winter Olympics. 




Anton Sikharulidze and Elena Berezhnaya of Russia and David 
Pelletier and Jamie Sale of Canada receive gold medals in Pairs 
Figure Skating. Initially given the silver medal, the Canadians were 
awarded gold after misconduct by a French judge was discovered. 



American Chris Wi 
took the gold in worl 
record time in the 
Women's 1000-mete 
Speed Skating 
competition at the 
Winter Olympics. 

The United States 
earned 34 medals in 
the Winter Olympic 
Games in Salt Lake 
City, the most ever b* 
the United States 
in the winter games. 

Third generation 
American Olympian 
Jim Shea captured th 
gold in the Men's 
Skeleton competition, 

The Miami Hurricane: 
won the Rose Bowl 
and their fifth NCAA 
Division I Football 
Championship with a 
decisive 37-14 victor 
over the Nebraska 
Cornhuskers. The 
Hurricanes' baseball 
team also won the 
College World Series 
12-1 over Stanford in 
the final game. 

Pitcher Danny Almont 
dominated Little 
League Baseball with 
an untouchable slider 
and grueling fastball. 
It was discovered 
at season's end that 
Almonte was 14 yean 
old, two years over th 
league age limit. 

PGA star David Duva 
took home his first 
career major title, tl 
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the Rogers High School football 
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The U.S. two-woman bobsled 
team of Vonetta Flowers and Jill 
Bakken win the gold medal. 




Sixteen-year-old American Sarah 
Hughes shocks the world, winning 
the gold in Women's Figure Skating. 




Casey Fitzrandolph takes the 
gold in the Men's 500-meter 
Speed Skating event. 







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